|Romaji||Gin no kamikazari|
|Found in||Dragon Quest III (remakes)|
Dragon Quest V
Dragon Quest VI
Dragon Quest VII
Dragon Quest VIII
Dragon Quest IX
Dragon Quest XI
Dragon Quest Treasures
Dragon Quest Tact
|Effect||Increases the wearer's Defence.|
The Silver tiara is a recurring piece of headwear in the Dragon Quest series that is designed for the fairer sex.
Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation
The silver tiara has a Defence bonus of +20. It can be purchased for 760 gold from Persistence and sold for 570 gold and can be equipped by any vocation as long as they are female. One can also be found in the Tower of Transcendence on the 6th floor. The silver tiara only appears in the remakes.
Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride
The silver tiara has a Defence bonus of +14. It can be worn by Bianca, Nera, Debora, and the daughter. Both Nera and Debora join the party with one equipped. One can be found in Fortuna and it can be purchased in Mostroferrato for 450 gold and sold for 225 gold (337 in the Super Famicom version).
Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation
The silver tiara has a Defense bonus of +14 and a Style bonus of +25. It can be purchased for 450 gold in Aridea, Ghent, and Clearvale and sold for 337 gold. Only Milly and Ashlynn can equip it. The tiara provides a Style bonus if worn with the Shimmering dress and the Glass slippers* or the Pink pearl* when being ranked for the Best-Dressed Contest at the Chateau de Sass.
Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past
The silver tiara has a Defence bonus of +14 and a Style bonus of +25. It can only be worn by Maribel and Aishe and is part of Aishe's initial equipment. It can be purchased for 450 gold in Frobisher in the past, El Magnífico Puente de Pomposo in the present, and Hubble and sold for 225 gold. Tiaras can be found in the Temple Palace in the present, Wilted Heart in the past, and Aeolus Vale in the present. Once again, the silver tiara provides a Style bonus if worn with the Silver platter* or the Shimmering dress and the Glass slippers* when being ranked by the Excellence Grading Organisation for Style.
Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King
|A beautifully handcrafted piece of decorative headwear.|
The Silver tiara has a Defence bonus of +24 and can be equipped by Jessica and Red. It can be purchased in Argonia for 1,450 gold and sold for 725 gold. One tiara can be found in the Arcadia Region in a treasure chest that requires the Magic Key to unlock. The silver tiara can be made in the Alchemy Pot and can be used to make other pieces of equipment:
|Item||Ingredient 1||Ingredient 2||Ingredient 3|
Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies
|A lavishly crafted adornment for ladies' locks.|
Magical Might +8
|Exclusive for women.
Upgrades into Golden tiara or Filigree mask.
|670 / 335||Sold in Porth Llaffan.|
|Ingredient 1||Ingredient 2||Ingredient 3|
Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age
|An elegant headdress, the workmanship of which is truly exquisite.|
|Stats with forge buffs|
|Requires 10 Perfectionist's pearls to rework.|
|1,450 / 725||Sold at L'Academie, Phnom Nonh, Sniflheim, and The Snærfelt roving emporium.|
The recipe book Secrets of the Silversmiths contains the recipe for the silver tiara. It is found in Phnom Nonh in a treasure chest behind a red door that requires Magic key to open.
Dragon Quest Tact
The Silver tiara is a B-rank piece of armour that can be purchased up to five times monthly from the gold shop for 1,000 gold. The tiara can be received as a reward for completing the third stages of Cumulus vex, Gyldenbritches, Krystalinda, Thunderbird, Chocobo, Winter Queen, and Healie's Battle Roads. It has a DEF and max MP bonus of +4, can only be equipped by Magic, Support, and Debuff units, and has three slots for Alchemy Effects.
Dragon Quest Treasures
|A stylish silver headpiece that sparkles in the sunshine.|
The Silver tiara is Treasure No. 129 in the Armour category and can be found in the Hinterquarters. Its base value is 185,000.
In Other Languages
|Español||Tiara de plata||Spanish for "silver tiara".|
|Français||Tiara d'argent||French for "silver tiara".|
|Deutsch||Silbertiara||German for "silver tiara".|
|Italiano||Diadema d'argento||Italian for "silver diadem".|
Nera, on the left, wearing the silver tiara